The FBI has elevated the reward supplied for data that results in the arrest and conviction of Christopher A. Francisquini, who is needed on a homicide cost within the Nov. 18 demise of his 11-month-old daughter.
The FBI in New Haven and Naugatuck police are requesting help in finding Francisquini, who must be thought-about armed and harmful and mentally unstable, police stated Tuesday. The reward for data that results in his arrest and conviction has been elevated to $25,000, police stated.
Christopher Francisquini has ties to New York, Waterbury, and New Haven, the place he was final seen on Quinnipiac Avenue, police stated.
Toddler Camilla Francisquini was laid to relaxation final Friday in a non-public ceremony, police stated.
Camilla was discovered useless by a member of the family inside a house on Millville Avenue in Naugatuck on Nov. 18. Her physique had been dismembered, police stated.
The toddler’s demise was dominated a murder and police have been looking tirelessly for her father, who police say is their prime suspect within the brutal slaying.
The Chief Medical Examiner’s Workplace dominated that Camilla’s reason behind demise was neck compressions and stab wounds, officers stated.
Police obtained an arrest warrant charging Francisquini with homicide with particular circumstances — probably the most severe cost an individual can face in Connecticut, which comes with a compulsory life sentence if convicted — and threat of damage to a minor.
Police stated Francisquini was allegedly concerned in a dispute with Camilla’s mom in Waterbury after the killing, police stated. The mom was not injured within the dispute.
Francisquini then took off a court-ordered GPS monitoring machine and destroyed his cellular phone, police stated.
Anybody with data on his whereabouts ought to contact the NPD at (203) 729-5221, the confidential tip line at (203) 720-1010, your native FBI workplace, the closest American Embassy or Consulate, or submit a tip on-line at tips.fbi.gov.